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Miranda Derrick’s Life ‘In Danger’ After Release Of Netflix ‘Dancing For The Devil’

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Miranda Derrick, the subject of Netflix’s docuseries “Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult,” has claimed that her life is in danger following the documentary’s release. In a video posted on Instagram, Derrick stated that she and her husband, James, are being followed and that their safety has been compromised since the series premiered on May 29.

The three-episode series delves into the lives of a group of TikTok dancers who believe they are part of a talent management company called 7M. Central to the narrative is Miranda Derrick, who is estranged from her family. The series documents her family’s desperate attempts to bring her back and portrays Robert Shinn, the leader of 7M and pastor of the invite-only church Shekinah, as a manipulative figure. The series includes testimonies from former 7M members who share their experiences of heartbreak and grief under Shinn’s leadership.

One of the former members, Priscylla Lee, has a lawsuit against Shinn and other members of Shekinah. Her story, along with others, highlights the alleged controlling and abusive practices within the organization.

Derrick’s public plea on Instagram has raised concerns about her well-being and the potential risks faced by individuals involved in exposing controversial organizations. The documentary, “Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult,” has drawn significant attention to the practices of 7M and the experiences of those who have left the group, sparking widespread discussion about the influence of cult-like organizations on social media influencers and their followers.

In her Instagram video, Miranda Derrick also called for public support, urging viewers to spread awareness about their situation and help ensure their safety. She expressed fear and frustration over the lack of privacy and the constant surveillance she claims they are under. This development adds another layer of urgency and gravity to the ongoing discourse surrounding the docuseries, raising questions about the real-life dangers faced by individuals entangled in such organizations and the broader implications for social media influencers caught in similar predicaments.

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